Monday Morning: 4 Free Kindle Books + 1 Hot Deal

September 3, 2012 · 27 comments

in Free Kindle Books

For even more of the best Free & Bargain eBooks, be sure to check Pixel of Ink throughout the day, more are on the way!

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I Called Him DancerI Called Him Dancer
by G. Edward Snipes
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I Called Him Dancer is about a boy growing up in a broken home. His fragile world is shattered when his mother leaves him with a relative and walks out of his life. After seeing a man dancing with grace and acrobatics, he decides to imitate the man and discovers a natural talent for dance. His life’s passion becomes dance and eventually the young man achieves his dream of Broadway.

A drug addiction and his inner demons destroy his life and he eventually becomes homeless. His previous dance partner refuses to let go and reaches out to him, but he rejects her. Bitter at God and the world, the dancer embraces a solitary life on the streets. Though he lashes out at God, the Lord has other plans for the fallen dancer.

Jump CutJump Cut
by Lise McClendon
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Seattle reporter Mimi Raynard is having a bad week. Her ex-husband is now her boss at the TV station and wants her head on a platter. When three prostitutes die of a suspicious heroin overdose Mimi gets the story but in her nervous enthusiasm manages to bungle it. The narcotics detective on the case tries to help but both are out-foxed by the buxom intern.

DuckfishDuckfish
by A.J. Cosmo
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A tortoise and a hare took a walk in a park and found a very odd animal indeed. With the bill of a duck and the gills of a fish, what ever could this strange creature be?

25 pages, fully illustrated, for emergent readers, wonderful on color devices but also works in black and white!

Winners Never CheatWinners Never Cheat
by Jon M. Huntsman
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“Everyone does it.” Everyone cheats. Cuts corners. Tells lies. Maybe it was different once. Not today. If you want to succeed in this economic climate, you simply have to make compromises. Right?

Wrong. You can succeed at the highest levels, without sacrificing the principles that make life worth living. The proof? You’re holding it.

Jon M. Huntsman built a $12 billion company from scratch, the old-fashioned way: with integrity. There were short-term costs and difficult decisions. There were tough times. Times just like today. But ultimately, leading with integrity wasn’t just personally right for Huntsman, it also proved to be the best business strategy.

In Winners Never Cheat, Huntsman tells you how he did it, and how you can, too. This book is about remembering why you work, and why you were chosen to lead. It’s about finding the bravery to act on what you know is right, no matter what you’re up against.

It’s about winning. The right way.

Think about the kind of person you want to do business with. Then, be that person–and use this book to get you there.

[Hot Deal] The Sleeping Night by Barbara Samuel

The Sleeping NightThe Sleeping Night
by Barbara Samuel

An unforgettable romance in an unforgiving time.
They’ll need love and courage to see the dawn.

He’s a hometown native, returning from the war, determined to change the world he’d fought to protect. She’s the girl who’s been his secret friend since childhood, now a beautiful woman.

Her war-time letters kept him alive. But he’s black, and she’s white. In 1946 in Gideon, Texas, their undeniable love might get them both killed.

Click here to download for the Kindle: $1.99 (Save 83%)

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